The Pretty Reckless singer Taylor Momsen has signed on to answer fan questions exclusively for Loudwire. Each week, she'll reply to queries about the band and herself, as well as her views on world topics, everyday life and more. Check out her latest answers in the newest edition of 'Ask Taylor' below:

What is the first song you wanted to learn to play on guitar? (submitten by André ‏@andrecullen_)

I think the first song was [Deep Purple's] 'Smoke on the Water.' My dad would play it and taught it to me when I was really young.

Are there any artists you'd love to collaborate with in the future? (submitted by @FreakLikeEV)

I’m not too into the whole multiple-artist songs unless there's a real point to it. I'd love to play with [Soundgarden/Pearl Jam drummer] Matt Cameron at some point.

Hi Taylor! What is your hidden talent? I'm so curious 'cause you're good at in everything! (submitted by Simon Kitti)

I’d say painting but I’m not sure if I'd call myself "talented" at it. It’s hard to quantify talent in art; it’s just so subjective.

Do you like going to an occasional concert? Is there a band you'd like to see perform? (submitted by Špela Kaluža)

[We] see so many bands touring [that] I don’t really go out much when I’m home. I would go to see Soundgarden, but we just got to open for them in Quebec.

What was the best part about filming the 'Messed Up World' video? (submitted by Mari @wantmomsen)

Hangin' with my girls!

Our thanks to Taylor Momsen for answering this week's questions. If you didn't see your question here, we save some of the best ones for the following week. And if you'd like to submit a new question to Taylor, use the comments section below, or Tweet it out using the hashtag #LoudwireAskTaylor. Be sure to catch the Pretty Reckless on their headlining North American tour this fall. For a full list of dates, click here. And pick up the band's latest album, 'Going to Hell,' at iTunes.

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